Private jet charter brokers must offer refunds when not disclosing operator

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If your jet charter broker doesn’t provide the operator when you sign the charter contract, you are entitled to a refund when that information is given

The U.S. Transportation Department has clarified the now two-year-old rules covering disclosures required by private jet charter brokers. The response to an inquiry by the National Business Aviation Association underscores consumer rights. At the same time, it affirms brokers are allowed to contract with consumers before securing an operator.

New private jet charter broker rules are backed by Sentient Jet

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The new rules require private jet charter brokers to disclose who is operating the flight and other key information to consumers

Directional Aviation Sentient Jet said it supports the newly established Air Charter Broker regulations established by the Department of Transportation, which set a new standard for best practices within the private aviation industry. Taking effect today, it’s the first-ever set of rules for brokers and mandates transparency.

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